The 2008 MLB season can't come soon enough, but I have to say, last year had its ups and downs. I had plenty of tickets to Detroit Tigers games so I was there to see the no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers on June 12. What a game! I'm sure Brewers fans could easily get Milwaukee Brewers tickets after that game. That was the first in Comerica Park game schedule history! It was also good to see Kenny Rogers return to the field that same month. No, not that Kenny Rogers, but if that's your thing, hes on tour so you can get some Kenny Rogers tickets as well.

The Tigers gave good value to those LA Angels of Anaheim tickets and those White Sox tickets in Chicago when they couldn't quite make the grade in July and August. They again proved to be no match for the Oakland Athletics or the Kansas City Royals, but Tigers fans definitely got their money's worth with those cheap Toronto Blue Jays tickets and Seattle Mariner games.

As far as seeing the best of promising new talent is concerned, I think that Boston Red Sox tickets and Indians tickets in Cleveland will be your best bet this upcoming season. All Star game baseball tickets are the perfect way to tribute the old Yankee stadium as they move to a new stadium after this final season. With 5 Tigers players in the 2007 All-Star game, this year should be promising as well.

Buying Detroit Tigers tickets is not the only way to see good baseball this season. Tickets Houston Astros, Bucks game tickets and Milwaukee Brewers tickets are bound to satisfy any spectator this season. Arizona Diamondbacks tickets and Colorado Rockies tickets will also prove valuable among the National League baseball tickets. Woe betide ye if you forget the AL Eastern division; New York Yankees games and Red Sox tickets will be as popular as ever. The possibility that we will emerge as the best performing team of the 2008 MLB baseball schedule is very real. I for one will be buying my Baseball Playoff tickets in advance this year and keeping an eye out on the baseball ticket broker blog for any upcoming news and events.